The phrase "almost too pretty to eat" really hits home with this pic from Craig Thornton, aka Wolvesmouth, the chef who runs the most in-demand underground dinners in LA (it's so underground, The New Yorker had to write about it). This dish is simply titled "halibut," but it is a true work of art. The colors. The strokes. It's one of the most beautiful things we've seen on a plate. Getting a spot at the Wolvesmouth table is a matter of getting on the list, and to do that, you must be invited via email. To do that, go here for a chance to see one of these halibuts for yourself.